Рейтинг@Mail.ru

The report in focus

AUTOSTAT OMNIBUS-2019. Winter Car Tires: Car Owner Preferences (Third Wave)

AUTOSTAT OMNIBUS-2019. Winter Car Tires: Car Owner Preferences (Third Wave)

Exit date 12.12.2019

Format PDF

Price 3500 eur.

The third autumn wave of the project is aimed at the consumer preferences in the purchase and operation of winter tires.

12 december more info

Analytics

Russian dealers of Ford began sales of updated Mondeo

Ford Mondeo sedan has received a technological upgrade aimed at the safety improving of the car and improving of the intelligent driver assistance systems. People can order updated Ford Mondeo at all official Ford dealers in Russia.

05 julymore info

News

All largest European car markets grew in August


After two months of decrease the European car market grew again in August – the car sales in the Old World, including EFTA countries increased by 7.8% and came up to 787,435 cars. According to ACEA, the positive result was registered in all largest car markets last month. As per the results of the eight months of 2011, car sales in Europe came up to 9.19 million cars – that is 1.1% less than for the same period of the previous year.

According to the review of European car market in August, the largest number of cars in European Union were sold by Volkswagen – 107,100 cars, that is 19.5% more than in August 2010. Ford is still on the second place, with 60,985 cars sold (+19.7%), and the third place belongs to Renault, whose sales grew by 1.4% and came up to 54,890 cars. Opel/Vauxhall (53,407 cars, +7.1%) and Peugeot (50,241 cars, +0.3%) are on the fourth and the fifth places.

The leader of the Groups rating is Volkswagen concern with 200,296 cars sold (+14.6%) and the share of 25.4%. The second place belong to PSA Group – the sales of its brands decreased by 0.5% to 93,127 cars, and the share came up to 11.8%. Renault Group with 70,933 cars sold and (-2.8%) and 9% share is on the third place.

20.09.11 AUTOSTAT
Source: www.autostat.ru

News on this topic

Press releases on this topic